Alvaro S. Pereira (Director) and Latin American desks, Economics Department, Country Studies Branch, OECD The global economy is navigating rough seas. Global GDP growth is strong but it has peaked. In many countries unemployment is well below pre-crisis levels, labour shortages are biting and inflation remains tepid. Yet, global trade and investment have been slowing … More Positive economic outlook for the main economies in Latin America but downward risks have intensified
Alvaro S. Pereira (Director) y mesas de países latinoamericanos, Departamento de Economía, Directorado de estudios de países, OCDE La economía mundial está navegando mares agitados. El crecimiento del PIB mundial es fuerte, pero ha alcanzado su punto máximo. En muchos países, el desempleo está por debajo de los niveles anteriores a la crisis de 2008, … More Las perspectivas económicas son positivas en los principales países de América Latina pero los riesgos a la baja se han acentuado
By Sean Dougherty, Mabel Gabriel, Patrick Lenain, and Julien Reynaud, OECD Economics Department The overall economic and social situation has improved in recent years, but important challenges remain, such as high levels of poverty, extensive informality, low female participation rates, insufficient educational achievement, financial exclusion, weak rule of law, and persistent levels of corruption and … More Mexico’s reforms are paying off, but there is much left to do
By Sean M. Dougherty, Head of the Mexico Desk, OECD Economics Department. China’s spectacular growth during the 1990s and early 2000s made it the envy of many other emerging economies. Yet more recently, relative labour costs have risen substantially, and economies such as Mexico’s, which lost export market share for some time, have made a partial … More Is Mexico a new ‘China’???